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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 1920 go
George Chialmas ,propriotor of the vi:
Dixie Cafe says "he is doing a rushing
business," according to his cash reg
ister, he has had as higif as 220 cus- in
tomers in one day. J.
Mrs. E. C. Nettles Alb
- Fourteen standard units high school
ties, history, science and penmanship.
lege. Students for Winthrop and Clems<
tion. Trhorough grounding Raid pr<
in one year than otherwise in two. Tu
scholarships are offered. by Winthrop, Cic
lina University for which special coachin
Term begins January 5, 1920.
Don't forget that we
times, in the following meal
Western and Native B<
ed Poultry; Norfolk S
Sausage and Pudding;
such as Fresh Water
Spanish Mackeral, Rec
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of friendly co-operation
chief aims of this institutio
We believe in this commi
the farmer's, the merchant
we are willing to back up
est melasurie of co-operatij
bank can offer.
Let's get better acquaint
W. C. Davis, Pres. J.
J. T. Stukes,
Advance Shoing in Miu
Newest Lines rimmd
med and Baned H-ats, all
Tricotine, Ser'ge, Jersey~~
er new materials in the vi
and ml~ost ulp-to-date pattte
Remember the election the 2nd.
Don't forget to pay your town 11
Mrs. S. Katzoff, of Manning
ne North on a business trip.
Mr. Jno. G. Dinkins was a busi1
iitor to Columbia yesterday.
Mrs. J. D. Strock of Elloree is v
r at the home of her brother,
English, French, Latin, mathe
rhorough preparation for any
n win honors. Individual insti
gress. Students accomplish in
ition, 36 weeks, $45. Benefici
mson, the Citadel and South CI
r will be given for competitive
have a full line, at all
ef ; Live and Dress
elect Oysters; Country
Fish every Friday,
Bream, 'Trout Jack,
l Bass and Pike (for
constitutes one of the
inity; we have faith in
the wage earner, and
>urI faith wvith the full
mU andl service that a
A. Weinberg, V. Pres.
20 Stores In One,
MANNING, S. C.
lnery, Coats, Suits andI
prices. other po0
1)1 l(C ~ newest st
ano 1J1 Combmnat
ry latest Meteor, <
nsl, $26.50) 1ricotine
20 Stores In One
MANNING, . C.
Born to Mr. gaS' Mrs. George f
Lesesne last Sunday an eight pound
zen- baby boys
Miss Janie. Eden of St. Paul wh<
has has been visiting Mrs. R. O. Copelanc
retur'ed' home Friday.
Bess - Manning will lead the State it
paved streets and the most modern
sit- "white way" when the work is com
The woods should be full of coun
try, candidates this summer, as th<
most of tile offices will be open to can
The Clar'ndon delegation spent the
week-end at their respective homes
The legislature having adjourned from
na- Friday until Monday.
'uc~ There will be a box party at the Re
ore hoboth school house, Friday night,
ary January 30th. Everybody is cordially
tro- invit-d to come, and bring a box.
The friends of.Mr. R. C. Wells will
be glad to learn that he has improved
enough in health to be out and walk
wak ing around again.
Paved streets, the best 'White Way
in the State-a big fat hog and a lit
ter of little ones. This will make a
Mr. C. A. Kolnnecke, an expert Bat
tery man from Columbia, S. C., is now
connected with the Philadelphia Bat
tery Service Station of this city.
Mrs. Ben Ness was operated on at
River-Side hospital, Charleston last
Thursday for appendicitis. Mrs. Ness
is doing nicely and expects to return
home next Sunday.
We have often heard about the buz
zards feeding on the busines streets of
Charleston. Is that any worse than
the town officials of Manning to allow
hogs to graze on the business streets
There will be a meeting of the
t -.Ladies Missionary Society of The
Presbyterian church at the home of
Mrs. W. T. Lesesne on Friday after
iool at 4 o'clock.
Mr. R. ). Cothran returned home
last week from New York. Mr. Coth
ran started to Germany to sell his to
bacco, but when he reached New
York. and was told by Gotham bank
ers that German money was prac
tically worthless, he returned home.
The Anti-Saloon League has on a
drive to raise $500,000,000 to enforce
the prohibition. Clarendoni is allotted
$7,500. On last Thursday night a
meeting was held in the Methodist
church to help raise this amount. We
are told that the audience was very
small, and the amount raised was dis
DON'T POISON YOUR BATTERIES
"Batteries, like human beings, are
susceptible to poison," says Mr.
Kolnneeke, local Philadelphia Expert.
"When it comes to giving medicine to
a Battery, the only safe way is to let
itan expert write the prescription and
administer the dose-otherwise, the
car owner is likely to find out that his
Battery has been killed instead of
"'T'here is one thing in particular
that is .iust about as bad as any poison
you could give your Batteries. That
is acid, of course there is acid in the
Battery solution, and a good many
car owners will reason; "if acid is
what makes my Batteries strong, then
the prmoper thing to do0 when I think
it shows a weakness is to add a l ittle
-nore acidl. Then it ought to work
'Thliat's altogether wrong. Y ou
D~on't (delay my good man
buy that bottle of Fig-aro
Liquid Smoke and smroke
andl prlotct your mneat.
B. B. R R EEiDIN'S4
nPure Food Grocer'y
Dre'sses for Sping.
mle, Ser'geS, Polo0 Cloth, and
'mlari materials, in all the
yles, $23.50 to $68.50
,rTaffetaL andi Georgette
ion, Serge, ~Jersey, Crepe L
3repe de Chine, Satin and 5
in the 'very lateSt models,
For Field and Garden
Oct our free Catalog which tells
about the best varietios of Garden
Seeds-for home use, canning and
shipping-What f1eld seeds to plant for
heavy yields of grain or hay-which to
sow for abundant pasturage.
are choice strains of the best varieties,
re-cleaned and tested' for germination
Write for Catalog and "Wood's Crop
Special," giving timely rformation and
current 'prices. Mailed free.
T.W. WOOD & SONS
RICHMOND, - - - - VIRGINIA
Sausage Casings $1.00 a
B. B. BREEDIN'S
Pure Food Grocery
might as well say that because a few
drops of some powdered .drug are
good for heat trouble, a whole bottle
would give the patient a better heat
than anybody in the country. Not
even the worst patent 'mediicine fiend
would be foolish enough to believe
But there's a lot of people who be
ieve mn drugging a Battery in just
their way, so they put in about a half
pint of acil, when the Battery only
needs pure water.
The only way to be safe along ad
ding acid is to fight shy of it. If
you think your Batteries need acid, go
to the Service Station and get advice
from an expert who can tell you just
what to do. Remember that he has
the same relation to the health of
your Battery as a doctor has to your
own health, with this exception-that
the Battery man doesn't charge any
thing for the diagnosis.
CARL) OF THANKS
Editor Manning Times:
I wish to express the thanks of my
self and family for the many kindness
shown us by our friends during my
R. C. Wells,
All colored teachers of Clarendon
County are requested to be present at
a call meeting of The Clarendon Coun
ty Teacher's Association to meet at
the Graded School, Manning, S. C.
Saturday, February 7th, 1920 at 12
o'colck. Important business.
William L. Bryant.
Pres. Clarendon Co. Teacher's Assn.
NOTICE W. O. W.
You are requested by the Clerk of
Live Oak Camp No. 181 to attend
meeting Mopday, night February, 2.
and bring your insurance policies with
you for they absolutely will not be of
any good to you unless you do.
Mr. Nimmer says that he absolutely
will not send in any more W. O. W.
duies unless you see him Monday
night Februa ry 2nd, so lbe on hand
and less get things strarghtented out.
Send us your meat to grind
and make into Sausage for
you. 'The cost is small eOm
pared( to the work andi wVorry
1. B. BR E E IN 'S
Pure Food Grocery
E.yes Fxamtined Glaxmes Filteul
J. E. ARANTI, PH1. G.
MANNING, 8. C.
For the vegeta:
For the flower :
For the field.
We have just receive
vegetable and flower see<
shall be getting in, as plai
our usual'high grade line
No other concern gives n
scientious study of and cot
handling of good seeds ti
when you get your seeds :
they're the best that mont
Extra Early Alaska;
Woods Extra Early Pedig
Marvel and Norton,
kinds, Brimmer; Ponder<
Pink; Sparks Earliaima;
Wloods Early Jersey
Wakefield; Early Flat Di
Solid South All Head Eai
Improved Early Blo<
Extra Early Eclipse and
Woods Improved Big
Hanson Chicken Lettuc
White Silver Skin; R<
Piemento; Ruby Gian
The above seeds are s
ing now in hot beds to be
op~en. In addition to thes<
sortmnent of all other sme
a first class garden, suct
Mustard; Rape; Kale; S
Collards; Celery, Cauliflos
Fancy Maine Iri
To arrive in a few da
in the price. See us for y
)elay--See Us T
)w May Be Too
ealty & InsE
Manning, S. C.
d our second lot of fine
Is and, from now on we
iting season approaches,
>f dbendable field seeds.
iore painstaking, con
isideration to the proper
tan we do, therefore,
from us, depend upon it,
y can buy.
SEEDS NOW REAI)Y
Gradus or Prosperity;
Lhe new wilt resistant
>sa; Bonny Best; June
tone and Early Acme.
utch; Early Drumhead:
-ly; Late Drumhead and
d; Improved Egyptian;
Detroit Dark Red.
Boston and Improved
e-something new for
Ad Weatherfield and Yet
t; Tabasco and Cayenne.
pecially suited for plant
Lransplanted later in the
3 we have a cornpIlete as
11 seeds needed to make
as Radis'es; Trnl.ip)s;
ver; Egg Plant, Etc. Etc.
sh Potato Seed
ys. We can interest you
our Seed retliirements.
HN C. BAGNAL
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